hi i'm very impressed with some of your shelters and can see a lot of time has went inti them.When i'm in the woods i try and use ant material i find,thats the way to go abut it.
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I would say that this depends on your level of experience with constructing Iglu’s.Stuart, that is a fantastic photo of the iglu at night
In terms of effort which was the harder to put up, the quinzee and the iglu?
They are the same inside really, the iglu is drier inside, it doesn’t seem to drip or hoarfrost as much as the quinzee. I actually slept better in the quinzees, but that was only because I was so excited about having built an iglu and so impressed with the ingenious design that I spent most of the night staring up at the spiral blocks of ceiling in wonder, it’s like admiring a vaulted cathedral ceiling.And which gave you the best nights sleep?
I'm not certain, though I suspect snowfall has a lot to do with it.BOD said:Ignorant question but here goes:
All the igloos I've seen in my picture book, film, TV and my have neat rounded access tunnels but yours has a pointy apex.
Any reason or just builders creativity?